Shangri-La Springs unveils new logo







As renovations are underway to our Great House and Longhouse, in an effort to restore the property to its original glory as a hotel, we are pleased to announce the unveiling of a new logo, representing the "rebirth" of Shangri-La Springs as a full-service hotel.

The new logo mimics a small decorative tile that is located on the outside of the historic Great House. Built in 1921, the historic building has several architectural features, like the tile that now represents the property, will be restored to highlight its historic charm. Filled with natural calming colors, the new logo accurately reflects the tranquil environment at Shangri-La Springs historic hotel, spa and organic dining.

Shangri-La Springs offers guests a nexus of beneficial practices, activities and engagement that includes wellness classes, art shows, special events and programs. With the inspiration stemming from the fictional place described in the 1933 novel Lost Horizon by James Hilton, Shangri-La Springs is a mystical earthly paradise. The springs in which Bonita Springs gets its name from, runs directly through the property, adding to its tranquil and rejuvenating ambiance. Once a hotel for guest visiting the area, or waiting for their houses to be built in the early 1900's, Shangri-La Springs is in the process of transforming back to its golden years, as a fully-functioning hotel with a vibrant spa and organic restaurant.

The full-service historic hotel will be fully functional in 2018. The spa at Shangri-La Springs remains open during the renovations to the property on Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. The Art & Nature Community Night continues in December on the 13th, and the regular yoga programs will continue on Dec. 14. The property will continue venue rentals for weddings and private events. For more information contact 239-949-0749.

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